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Born in the wrong century!

Born in the wrong century!

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Coronation Gown (view of train), Jonas Wahlström: 21 August 1829. Belonged to Desideria, Queen of Sweden and Norway.

LSH | kröningsklänning

Marie Antoinette's wedding coach

Wedding dress Date: 1855–62 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 12 1/2 in. (31.8 cm) Length at CB (b): 44 in. (111.8 cm)

Too lovely for words ❤


Imagine the three Wylder sisters, dressed for a formal evening....Late 18th c. gowns in the 18th c. Wrightsman Rooms, Metropolitan Museum of Art. From the "Dangerous Liaisons" exhibition.

French Caleche

mint underneath with cream lace

c.1832 British Silk Dress

silk dresses from the 1920's

1801 Court Dress with Train, Centraal Museum

Victorian wedding gown

Shoes from the movie "Marie Antoinette"

Coronation Dress of Catherine the Great - 1762 - Her wedding dress was magnificent. It had a tiny 18 inch waist, a wide hoop skirt and an immense silver lace cloak covered with jewels.

Habit de cour ayant appartenu à Julie Clary (1804 - satin, soie et or - manufacture française)

Worn by Billie Burke in "The 'Mind the Paint' Girl," 1912

Vivien Westwood


Dress 1784, Rosa e Cornelia

Jeanne Hallée c. 1897-89




Faberge gold-mounted diamond and aquamarine pendant necklace, Moscow, 1899-1908. Christie's.